The result is TRIPTYCH - an interactive installation created by Pete Hellicar (opens in new tab) and Joel Gethin Lewis (opens in new tab), aka Hellicar & Lewis (opens in new tab). The installation is being entirely powered by the latest generation of 'Ultrabooks (opens in new tab)' - high-end subnotebooks that have been created by HP, Samsung and others based on an Intel reference design.
You can get a taster for how TRIPTYCH works by watching the preview below. But the best news is that we're giving you the chance to see the whole thing for yourself as we have two pairs of tickets to the RSVP-only event in London to give away. Details after the jump.
To win one of the two pairs of TRIPTYCH tickets go to twitter.com/computerarts and answer the three simple questions we'll post later today using the #inteltriptych hashtag. The questions are:
- Who created the Nikiski ultrabook concept?
- What is the name of the skateboard company Pete Hellicar co-founded in 1997?
- Who do Hellicar & Lewis do a radio show for?
Winning entries will be drawn at 5pm on Wednesday 18 July. Make sure you 'Follow' @ComputerArts when you enter, then we'll be able to let you know if you've won by direct message.
The TRIPTYCH event takes place in London on Thursday 19 July from 7pm. We'll confirm the venue details with you should you be lucky enough to win.
Please only enter if you can definitely attend the London event as we don't want these highly prized tickets to go to waste.